Howdy Folks, I grew up camping in my Dad's Coleman pop-up (dont recall the model) and loved it. I later inherited a 96 Dutchmen, 1204 "Classic". One thing I really missed was the old Coleman haging vanity, with a mirror, paper towel holder and a small shelf. My Dutchmen has the ceiling support bars for an air conditioner. It currently has a swamp cooler, but that's another story/project for another time. I'll be hanging the vanity from the ends of the support bars that have handy holes already there. This will put it next to the sink. After searching for something pre-built, I didn't see many options out there that would work for me. I also did not wan't to tap any holes in my ceiling like the newer fold away Coleman vanity does. So...I built my own. DISCLAIMER: I'm not carpenter and it's for camping, so I didn't need it to be perfect, just functional. I used Plywood A mirror from a craft shop (10 inch) Picture hanging rings (Oooks) A hanging rack with paper towel holder I found on Amazon. (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PT2W6ND/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) $23.99 It's about 32"x14" over all. I waned the wood to go past the metal hooks so they dont bend during storage/transport. I will hang it with plant hanging chains. The bottom hook is for a small bungee cord to minimize sway. I'll mount another ring in the trailer to hook onto once I pick the spot. I'm going camping this week, I'll try to remember to get an "action shot" with the trailer set up. HAPPY CAMPING Y'ALL!